Tag Archive: Workplace

Tips for Balancing Depression in the Workplace

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We all know that life cannot always be separated from work. We aim to have two separate lives: personal and business. But as we cannot control life, there are circumstances that have the… Continue reading

Health: more than just bananas and treadmills

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Health-good health that is- is often defined by a few known practices markedly constructing our thoughts and actions into being to provide an almost translucent pathway to well-being.  While incorporating 30 minutes of… Continue reading

Workplace Well-being Just Got A Whole Lot Hairier

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From essential employee benefits to diverse workplace perks, the evolution of workplace health and well-being has seen beneficial and instrumental changes over the last several years. Long gone are the days of the… Continue reading

WORKPLACE CULTURE: personifying the human voice through EC and EI

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  Culture, a perceived-to-be, disguisable, in-the-moment, trendy buzzword, infiltrates the small business, organizational and corporate space. This word often saturates titles and headlines of articles having little to do with diction and more… Continue reading

5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Online Image

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Whether potential employers acknowledge it or not, their hiring judgements aren’t based on merits alone. We live in an increasingly visual world, and we are programmed to make decisions based on whether or… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: The Best Bosses Aren’t Bossy

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I’ve been reading with interest about Sheryl Sandberg’s campaign to ban the word “bossy” – because of the negative implications it can have for young girls’ feelings about future leadership.  While I’m very sympathetic… Continue reading

Sheryl Sandberg and Speaking Up in the Workplace

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Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant have been authoring a four part series for the NY Times called Women at Work and it’s been eye opening to say the least. If you’re familiar with Sheryl,… Continue reading

What Millennials Want In The Workplace

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Let’s face it — It’s 2015 now and we’ve entered a new era where millennials have adequately breached the workplace. No, scratch that. Millennials are taking over the workplace and every CEO on earth is trying… Continue reading